The Ghostfighters

December 16, 2012

ACLU Defeated Connecticut Mental Health Protection Laws Months Before Shooting

by The MAD Jewess

I have worked with mental patients at great length and for many years in the 1990’s. There is NO such thing as ‘rights’ when a mental patient is out of their mind.

They don’t even know what they’re doing. You have to medicate them, with or without their ‘permission.’


How stupid can these people be?? CT does not have INVOLUNTARY OUTPATIENT. Involuntary outpatient or inpatient (in) is when the patient may have

to be admitted or (out) watched around the clock in the hospital or by professionals because he/she is a danger to others and himself.

I hope you assholes are happy.. This is what you have created: A violent society. And, in this violent society that you CREATED, you don’t even have

the decency to help heal and medicate individuals who are succumbed to your insanity & Marxist madness.. Why not face the fact before you get started?

Your Bolshevism/Progressivism is a FAILURE.

ACLU is also against Christianity and prayer. They are behind EVERY SINGLE ousting of prayer and banning

of spirituality in public. They must be brought up on charges, their ‘rights’ completely provoked and charged

with manslaughter and murder.


From Bluegrass Pundit:

Shocking: Earlier this year, liberals defeated proposed Connecticut…

The exact mental state of the Connecticut schools shooter is unknown at this time, but anyone who kills their mother,

20 school children and themselves is crazy in my opinion. Political correctness and liberal thinking have caused us to

deinstitutionalize and mainstream people who clearly should be locked away somewhere. Instead of having asylums,

we have turned our entire society into an asylum.

Counter Contempt reported:

Here’s a fact you might not know – Connecticut is one of only SIX states in the U.S. that doesn’t have a type of

“assisted outpatient treatment” (AOT) law (sometimes referred to as “involuntary outpatient treatment”).

There’s no one standard for these types of laws, but (roughly speaking) these are laws that allow for people with

mental illness to be forcibly treated BEFORE they commit a serious crime. Whereas previous legal standards held

that the mentally ill cannot be institutionalized or medicated until they harm someone or themselves, or until

they express an immediate intent to do so, AOT laws (again, roughly speaking) allow for preventative institutionalization

or forced medication (I highly recommend reading the data cited in the link I provided in this paragraph,

especially regarding what is known as “first episode psychosis”).

AOT laws vary state-by-state, and often bear the name of a person murdered by an untreated mentally ill person

(“Kendra’s Law” in New York, “Laura’s Law” in California, etc.).

Earlier this year, Connecticut considered passing an AOT law (and a weak one, at that), and it failed,

due to protests from “civil liberties” groups.

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